Talloires, the ideal holiday destination!
Its Alpine landscapes, its characteristic chalets, the blue of its lake... the “Pearl of the Lake”, as Talloires is known, exudes tranquillity and authentic beauty. It’s no surprise that Paul Cézanne chose to immortalise it in his work in 1896. We’re sure that you too will fall under its spell as you explore it from every angle, from the sky, the water or on land.
When you’re not busy enjoying all that the mountains and lake have to offer, take advantage of the services and amenities at your Sandaya campsite. Water park, children’s clubs, sporting activities, daytime and evening entertainment... we’ve thought of everything you need for a truly happy holiday!
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Visit Talloires with the family
So what’s on the agenda for your family holiday in the Haute-Savoie? Laughter and amusement all the way! There’s something for everyone, from kids to grown-ups, whether it’s a trip to a tree-top adventure park, a zip-lining experience, a cycle ride around the lake or a hike in the mountains: on land, the options are endless!
For your little swimmers, there is no shortage of activities in or on the water either! A dip in the lake or in the rivers for the boldest, boat trips, stand-up paddling... the whole family will come back feeling refreshed and reinvigorated!
Visit Talloires as a couple
Set off hand-in-hand, just the two of you, to take in the historical monuments of Talloires. A visit to the Benedictine abbey and the church of Saint-Germain with its magnificent view of the lake is an excellent way to start.
Follow that up with the spine-tingling experience of a paraglider flight over the lake. A thrilling moment you’ll never forget! That kind of physical activity works up an appetite so next, sit down at a table by the lake and indulge in the regional specialities. There’ll be something to please even the most discerning gourmet!
Camping Talloires: our handy tips for a successful stay
With dishes such as fondue, raclette, omelette or a “potée” hotpot, Savoie’s gastronomy is rich in flavour... and in calories, but such a treat for your tastebuds!
A hike around the Angon fall is not to be missed. The site is relatively accessible and culminates with a 60-metre-high waterfall popular among canyoning enthusiasts.
Visit the Roc de Chère nature reserve. This 68-hectare site harbours a great diversity of fauna and flora. We’re sure your children will love it.
Take to the green of Lake Annecy golf club and imagine you’re Tiger Woods as you practise your swing in this superb setting between lake and mountains. Pure magic!